Mother and Child Health Program, India (MASS)

In 2015, Freedom from Hunger India Trust, Grameen Foundation and RESULTS Educational Fund launched the Maa aur Shishu Swasthya (MASS) (Mother and Child Health) program in India. Integrating the delivery of health education, financial services, and linkages to health care providers, the program reached more than half a million Indian women. Key components were implemented in West Bengal and Jharkhand with financial service partners Aikyatan Development Society (ADS) and Bandhan Konnagar. This comprehensive report highlights the key findings and learnings, and contains links to related resources developed by the program’s Community of Practice for Health and Microfinance (COPHAM).

Resource Type:
  • Research

Author: Alison Bardsley, Bobbi Gray, Cassie Chandler, and Sabina Rogers
Publication Date: 12/19/2018
Countries:
  • Asia

Program Area:
  • Financial Services
  • Health
  • Microsavings

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